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>>henry: and back from vacation and still running. >>ysabel: west airline passengers still scrambling to find flights as the airline expands its inspections and cancels hundreds of flights. this happening after the flight lost power and plunged from hundreds of feet. we will bring you the latest. >>marty: a japanese demonstration calling for the end of nuclear power use. afghans continue to protest the burning of the koran by a florida minister. charlie sheen the first torpedo of truth, live show reviewed by the audience. it's not pretty. >>henry: this is pretty folks. look at this. (laughter) the macy's flower show 65th annual is taking place right now and one of their top designers has come in to create a beautiful
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piece. just to enhance our view for the entire show. when show us how you can create beautiful work in your home. i was on vacation, i brought you presence. unfortunately greenland doesn't have a lot of presence. i brought you rocks. it's amazing these rocks come with minutes. i wanted to talk about my vacation but no. >>ysabel: let's go outside and i think we will have a beautiful picture. if this is san francisco and yes we have sunshine. it should be a pretty decent day. >>marty: let's check in on the forecast of brian. >>jacqueline: good sunday morning was sunshine all around the bay area for today of the temperatures not as warm as we've seen last week. it's still going to be cooler today in the sixties to low '70's. a
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beautiful day, we will be into the low '70's in the more mr. inland spots, clear and cool tonight around 8:00 p.m.. here's future cast, temperatures at 10:00 a.m. readings in the '50s there is the light blue that shows those numbers in the '50s but they do begin to warm up through the afternoon. 5:00 p.m. when we typically hit a high temperatures of the day, 60s in most places of notice and yellow popping up here showing highs into the low '70's. low to mid 60's by the bay, 66 oakland, '70s san jose as well as now. it santa rosa 71 degrees, 72 antioch. it's going to get warmer again tomorrow i will let jan know more about that coming up. >>marty: the news this hour the investigation continues this morning and to what caused the rupture in the fuselage on a southwest flight from phoenix to sacramento friday. the jet was forced to make emergency
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landings, no one was seriously injured. they're examining the piece of the fuselages as well as the flight quarters. the associated press found records that cracks were replaced a year ago on that same plane. the plane is 15 years old and show the least eight instances of cracking in the air crash frame. are also hearing more from the passengers on board. >> i thought we were going down, i really did it seem like we're dropping. prefabs. unreel, i do and as long prayer >> it flashed through my mind, is this what it's like to die? >> it was a scary experience but we got through it. i'm glad to be here, home with my family. >>marty: official say it's not uncommon for fuselage cracks to be found during inspection of planes that are that age especially during scheduled maintenance checks. >>ysabel: there's been a nationwide domino effect
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following this incident, southwest expects to cancel thousands more flights today. that caused a number of hold ups of course here at bay area airports and for passengers. kron 4 got all lin froreports. >>reporter: take a look at the you read cancellations, about 30 cancellations and a lot of folks are still stuck in the bay area and cannot in another flight out of the area. it was a difficult day for some passengers at the southwest terminal. >> a little bit stressed out and frustrated >>reporter: some flights were canceled and many more delayed up to two hours. his family's vacation to new mexico got off to a rocky start. their flight was canceled and the only flight they could get was to phoenix arizona. the plan now was to fly to phoenix and drive to new mexico. >> we thought would be there by the afternoon, now were
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going to get there about 3:00 a.m. and go to bed. it's could be a long day. >>reporter: this family is also fly to phoenix they were supposed to fly out of san francisco, that flight also canceled. if another phoenix light here at the oakland airport. a lot of people are doing all kinds of creed of things to get to their destinations. knowing what happened a lot customers it will blind the cancellations. >> it's better to be safe than sorry, knowing that the planes are being checked. some >>reporter: west expects another 300 flights being cancelled on sunday. if you of a flight on sunday the best bet is to call southwest. at the oakland airport, kron 4 news. still >>marty: ahead please still searching for two men who attacked the giants fan outside the dodger stadium leaving him in critical condition at a hospital. we will have the up-to-the- minute latest for you on the
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investigation show you what friends of the victim are doing help. >>ysabel: bring is in the air we have a special guest. he is making over dr. elizabeth this morning, she appears on kron 4 is body beautiful. we will show you before pictures of kimberly, a bigger feel at the end of the newscast. stay tuned for that.
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>>marty: talking sports is a morning da's taking a tie game into the ninth inning saturday but the mariners managed to score three runs in the top of the night. the game became, each row became the mariners' career hits leader. the a's are now 0-2 for the season and look to salvage one game of the three game series later today. down and los angeles it was the giants finally getting their first win for 2011. the defending champs rivaled the dodgers by a score of 10-0. -matt cane
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had a great day with no signs of the elbow problems that kept him out for the first couple of weeks. barry is expected to make his debut against the dodgers today. he was in a car accident wednesday night and said he's doing just fine. >>ysabel: the giants fan who was beaten into a medically induced coma thursday night continues to fight for his life this morning. police still looking for the two suspects they believe were behind the attack on brian. he is a giants fan from santa cruz that was attacked in the dodger stadium. suspects were apparently looking for trouble, they're described as latino men in their late teens or early 20s. rye and a paramedic and father to remains in critical condition. kron 4 nicole spoke with his co- workers and shows us what they are doing help. >> he's a good pair met and a good friend and a great father. it's a senseless random act of violence it should've happened.
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>>reporter: joe worked as any empty alongside brian with the american medical response team. she and dozens of paramedics were shocked to learn he was almost beaten to death after recent giants baseball game in l.a.. >> that's crazy and shocking that this could happen to him. he is the nicest guy. >>reporter: set up a website along with the pen pal the count and a drop off location after santa clara county headquarters. all to collect donations for his medical bills and help support his family. >> it's going to be a lot of money and we want to help out brian and his family. he deserves all the help we can give him. >>reporter: other coworker crated this logo on the i phone it has the star of life in the giant symbol up top. a lot of the paramedics are now using this logo as the profile picture on facebook all to support still with his family. medics are raising money, raising awareness, making brownies and doing whatever they can to help. in san
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jose, kron 4 news. >>marty: a live look outside the bay bridge want to remind you the full forecast is coming up next. let's check in with henry. this is going to be wonderful. >>henry: our favorite cartoonists sergio after all these times of interviewed you think in the house pronounces name. he is going to be one of the stars of wonder con more super heroes and comic-book heroes and fantasy lives. we will need to start coming up on kron 4 news weekend. [ coach ] in albuquerque, citi pre-approved my mortgage.
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>>marty: we're back on kron 4 news weekend, we want to go outside from mount tam. a beautiful view from sunday morning at top mount tam. >>ysabel: looks like it cleared up a little bit.
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let's check in with brian and he is going to confirm that we are correct. >>brian: good morning a nice weekend day for today for this sunday, sunshine, temperatures will be not as warm as what we've seen. still very nice about average. a little bit above average for today. in the sixties to low '70's in the warmest places, concord upper 60s and low '70's around 4:00 p.m.. tomorrow gets even warmer. mostly sunny, temperatures beginning to climb may be some mid to upper '70's inland. but the warm-up is not last long by tuesday, another system are rising increasing clouds for the day. breezy conditions, the winds coming in off the ocean and that means cooler temperatures and we will continue to cool down for the entire week after monday. in fact, thursday and friday we may see highest confined to the '50s as another weather system roles in later rounds.
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greatness in this year, the snow pack is doing really well if lots of snow. if we are about 1005275 percent of normal for the beginning of april. that means tons of snow and the high country. here is the view from heavenly looking over the late yesterday evening. a beautiful sunset. maybe a couple of snow showers early on this morning otherwise partly sunny. same for tomorrow with a warming trend to getting into the upper 50s for the lake. if the chance for rain developing tuesday afternoon. that is the next weather system clock will bring clouds to the bay area. can i am, like to 50's but we will warm of why the afternoon lots of 60s with the warmest places can into these low seventies like san jose, santa rosa sing for sonoma. 72 degrees and sonoma. sunshine for the day winds are gusting this afternoon perhaps peaking at 20 to 30 mi. per hour. upper
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50s and those 60's by the ocean, san francisco 63, mid-60's e. shore, union city 66 degrees same for castro valley. it's the warmest places in the east bay valleys into the low seventies like antioch 72 degrees. 67 pleasanton, livermore closing in on 70. in the south bay, really nice sunshine and highs getting close to 70. i have 69 degrees in santa clara. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, the warm temperatures for monday with increasing high clouds in the afternoon. increasing clouds tuesday we will call it partly sunny, a mixture of clouds and sunshine. but notice the temperatures beginning to drop. wednesday the winds will really be blustery by mid-week. a couple of storm systems will pass through northern california, of really no rain may be a chance for thursday. look for a cooling trend it all the way to the end the week with highs only
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in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees. >>henry: thank-you, are star performer today ladies and gentlemen sergio. he is the world's fastest cartoonist. >> doesn't count, what counts is longevity. he's been freed in cartoons from mad magazine for about 427 years or shortly after the founding of the magazine. you have your pad here you have to of least get something well were talking. >> we are talking about the convention. one thing that amazes people are the people in the costumes. you get bad men walking around, that to men.
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>>henry: now your average wonder con convention is filled with home? explain what wonder con is for 90 percent of for audience that is saying i way to go for this. >> when you go to the convention you have a chance to meet the people who drew for you, you know. >>henry: going to be on the camera that says one. any second now. >> you get to meet the people who drew the things that you like. actors and the media is very popular with conventions. and then you go and buy comics that she had when your kid. >>henry: no offense, it does have a certain kind of goofy and kiki sound to it. i know i'm going to get complaints. >> when you go there you realize that
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>>henry: it's you going to something like that, there is ladies and gentlemen. (laughter) >>henry: that pretty much says it i must say. wonder woman is going around and striking everybody. this is the real wonder woman. what you're doing this is the good thing is he can talk to drop at the same time. while you're doing mad magazine is still around. he were still drawing forge. >> i see working forever. when you start looking, >>henry: where the characters that are there do know them all? >> i have seen them through the years. fantastic is they come from the country you
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have different generations. >>henry: you're going to drop upside-down now? >> of course. i asked him to do a character of martinez of all because he declined because they don't have enough of looking features to make it look possible. he said there too good-looking. it could looking people cannot go well. we're as he did me i have this gets down stairs and i say he captured me perfectly a few years ago. how many years have you been doing this? >> to close to 50 years. >>henry: can meet sergio and all of the other remarkable characters at the wonder con final day today 11 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in san francisco. goethecomic-con.org/wc. thank yu
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very much sir, three sketches in one interview. (laughter) it's amazing. >>ysabel: think that's a record henry. three sketches one interview. it's something that's making people laugh and sometimes cry you call it an epic failure for charlie sheen. he's on the first place of his 20 city to work. >>marty: 1 a ticking inside the show you and tell you what some fans had to say about the big on in detroit. ♪ you'll run outside
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not off to a good start in his 20s city comedy tour. he did receive a thunderous, fans later alboin shouting this is the were show ever. others demanding refunds as they left. she tried to calm the crowd down but it didn't work. it some fans had advice for those in my going to sheen's net show. >> don't waste your money. i like the guy but it was so bad. save your money. chicago is done. he's done. i love charlie sheen but i thought it was going to be something more than a was. it was a total waste of money. >> honestly i felt bad for him, >>marty: don't ask. she will
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be in san francisco on april 30th if you still want to see that to kids range from 35 to $95. >>ysabel: better him than me. poor thing. i feel sorry for him and i haven't even seen the show. >>marty: fans were booing he said i've got your money already powell. not even respectful. >>ysabel: we will be right back. hey marcel, watch this!
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with my multiview, only from at&t u-verse. just $29 a month for the first 6 months. dvr included. in the network there are no hard choices. >>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4 news amorning news. >>marty: live look outside a san francisco on the left and san jose on the right to. let's check in with plant and a full check of this weather this sunday. >>brian:>>brian: good sunday morning with sunshine all around the bay area for today although temperatures not as warm as we've seen
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last week. it's still going to be cooler today in the sixties to low will be into the low '70's in the warmest inland spots, clear and cool tonight around 8:00 p.m. here's future cast, temperatures at 10:00 a.m. readings in the '50s there is the light blue that shows those numbers in the '50s but they do begin to warm up through the afternoon. 5:00 p.m. when we typically hit the high temperatures of the day, 60s in most places but notice some yellow popping up here showing highs into the low '70's. low to mid 60's by the bay, 66 oakland, '70s san jose as well as napa. santa rosa 71 degrees, 72 antioch. it's going to get warmer again tomorrow i will coming up. fiske sent investigation continues into the emergency landing of a southwest airlines flight to russia from sacramento faa
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said i'm a flight as less a piece of this he's a lot to that sort sleeve at cable and, to 20,000 ft. on friday. tisch a press review of federal records say cracks were found and repaired a your goals off on that same boeing 737 which luckily made a safe emergency landing at a military base in the mob. - no major injuries. if the plan is 15 years old and should least eight instances of cracking last march. to shoot those cracks were in the airport's framed and have since been repaired. it off as a role to work delays systemwide forced passengers. if they expect hundreds more today. kron 4 spoke with people stranded. >>jeff: the aircraft had to make an emergency landing after cabin pressure. it canceled three and flights turning into travel plans into disarray for those traveling this weekend.
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>> we got a call at 6:30 a.m. to say that our flight was canceled. we got a dinner phone saying cut our flight was canceled. we did know why. >>jeff: the airline is now in the process of closely inspecting 79 of the boeing 3737 in the fleet for what the airline is called aircraft skin fatigue. at oakland airport dozens of flights were canceled and delayed as the airlines scrambled to make arrangements for stranded travelers. >> with in here for almost two hours now and still try to work out flight. >> for not going to get out today. we can't get out of any of the other airports it all. >> at sfo the occasional south west lake mid to departure but a number of 7 37th for park away from the gates not going anywhere.
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passengers at both airports try to take in stride. >> i'd rather they'd be safe, they're doing the right thing is just an inconvenience for everybody. so >>jeff: more cavalier about flying a 737. >> it's the safest plane ever made, it landed without a response. >>jeff: i hope the oakland a's are playing baseball tonight, where they and town? in oakland, jeff pierce kron 4 news. >>marty: the latest on the nuclear crisis in japan, engineers waiting for the result of the new chemical compound of the injector to seal a crack at the troubled plant. highly radioactive water has been leaking through the crack into the pacific ocean. on saturday workers unsuccessfully tried to use concrete to seal the troubled contain the chamber but they couldn't hit the concrete to dry. the new compound contains a special
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polymer that expands 50 times its original size when it's mixed with water. and a clear safety official said it could take several months to get that plant of control. the operator also announced two deaths there in the march 11th earthquake and tsunami. about to enter the 50 people demonstrating at tokyo's electric co. headquarters in tokyo. for calling on the energy company to and nuclear power. the protesters were met by scores of police. demonstrators marched to an economic headquarters for the continued to protest. to help with the recovery and rebuilding process in japan, they area art galleries are holding fund-raising events. last night was the first rise japan event at the highest salary in san francisco. all psoas fund- raiser at another gallery. for more information you could lie law gone to rise japan adopt u.s.. still ahead on kron 4 news weekend we will have the latest on
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>>ysabel: 80 has confirmed an air strike killed 13 rebels and injured seven as they advanced on khaddafi forces. if the rebel fighters were among those attempting to retake the oil city. rebels control much of eastern libya but in the west on the major city they hold has been besieged for weeks. an interesting reaction from some of the rebels they understand and like the people hurt and it
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will play in the coalition forces. for the third day angry protesters descended on the streets of another major afghan city anchored by the burning of the koran by florida minister terry jones. the crowd numbered about 2000 burned president barack obama and called for troops to leave afghanistan. a previous demonstrations resulted in deaths of 20 people in one instance the in crowd attacked the union headquarters killing 12. some of the bridge has been filled by the tell a banner urging afghans to rise up against the koran birding. the florida mr. his actions of the protests said he does not feel responsible for any deaths. afghan president has called for jones to be back with justice. >>marty: going to check out the conditions of lake tahoe, they're very happy with all the snow. >>ysabel: another live look outside our own san mateo bridge is looking very nice out there and not too much traffic. we will be back.
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>>marty: mantra snowpacks going to keep skiers on the slopes longer than usual in fact they are talking about extending the season all the way to memorial day. these resorts typically shut down for the season usually this month that snow pack is also going to mean great things for alleviating the drought in california. especially central valley that's been hit hard. here's a live look outside in walnut creek. let's check in with brian. >>brian: good morning a nice weekend day for today for this sunday, sunshine, warm as what we've seen. still very nice about average. a little bit above average for today. in the
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sixties to low '70's in the warmest places, concord upper 60s and low '70's around 4:00 p.m.. tomorrow gets even warmer. mostly sunny, temperatures beginning to climb may be some mid to upper '70's inland. but the warm-up does not last long by tuesday, another system arriving increasing clouds for the day. breezy conditions, the winds coming in off the ocean and that means cooler temperatures and we will continue to cool down for the entire week after monday. in fact, thursday and friday we may see highs' confined to the '50s as another weather system roles in later on. great news in the sierra, the snow pack is doing really well, lots of snow. we are about 150 to 175 percent of normal for the beginning of april. that means tons of snow in the high country. here is the view from heavenly looking over the lake yesterday evening. a beautiful sunset. maybe a
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couple of snow showers early on this morning otherwise partly sunny. same for tomorrow with a warming trend getting into the upper 50s for the lake. a chance for rain developing tuesday afternoon. that is the next weather system that will bring clouds to the bay area. 10 am, light blue 50's but we will warm up by the afternoon lots of 60s with the warmest places getting into the low seventies like san jose, santa rosa same for sonoma. 72 degrees in sonoma. sunshine for the day winds are gusting this afternoon perhaps peaking at 20 to 30 mi. per hour. upper 50s and low 60's by the ocean, san francisco 63, mid-60's e. shore, union city 66 degrees same for castro valley. the warmest places in the east bay valleys into the low seventies like antioch 72 degrees. 67 pleasanton, livermore closing in on 70.
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in the south bay, really nice sunshine and highs getting close to 70. i have 69 degrees in santa clara. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, the warm temperatures for monday with increasing high clouds in the afternoon. increasing clouds tuesday we will call it partly sunny, a mixture of clouds and sunshine. but notice the temperatures beginning to drop. wednesday the winds will really be blustery by mid-week. a couple of storm systems will pass through northern california, of really no rain may be a chance for thursday. look for a cooling trend it all the way to the end the week with highs only in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees. >>ysabel: former police officer facing two dozen felony charges as again feeling the heat. the civil- rights lawsuit has been filed against normal in walsh for actions that allegedly happened during several police raids. chairs don't as new video and
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photos that could mean trouble for the former officer. >>darya: likely see norman before because his and in the news before. at one time he was head of the narcotics task force now is awaiting trial accused of stealing and selling drugs from an evidence room. however these are nymphos, surveillance photos that of been released along with surveillance video. an attorney and the plan say the man in this video is norman welch. they say the searches were unconstitutional saying that, he along with others stole jewelry and money and never give it back. we'll show you see here says that is not the case, he was not in the video for a few main reasons. the man to do is bigger, and has thicker hair and may have a tattoo. i decided to take a step further to take a closer look at these pictures. it's hard to say this size was because these are both large gentleman treated as for the hair in the surveillance video the gentleman has much shorter hair the norman does. as for the tattoo i
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didn't see any tattoos and the picture or video. on not the one who would be taking a look at that. that would be up to a judge or jury down the road. as for this criminal trial which is separate from this new charge. that's something that norman welch's waiting for at this point he could face up to 25 years in jail if convicted. reporting in the newsroom, jerad stone kron 4 news. >>ysabel: its official yesterday the half moon bay city council voted to expand its police force. the coastal city try to close a budget gap. they had over 15,000 residents to typically spend 40% of its general fund on police all 12 officers have been offered jobs at the sheriff's department said. either one of those agencies will most likely provide services in half moon bay. >>marty: let's take a live look good side, the golden gate bridge looks at a beautiful start to the day. a cool down on the way as bryant mentioned. the
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>>ysabel: down to the final two we have the highlights from the n.c.a.a. coming up.
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>>marty: and now they're too, a great night of college hoops now know the finalist in the men's n.c.a.a. championship game. the bulldogs taking things on taking on the coach and the rams. the underdog had the lead in the second half jamie dropping 27 points for b.c. you. fans feeling pretty good but too much to handle scoring 17 points. but they're heading to the second straight championship game winning 63-57. in the final four matchup, john leading kentucky against the huskies. it was yukon's kimmel walker what a great team scoring 18 points. he did keep a close all the way
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the buzzer but too late of free flows. 56-55 you, a spot where in the national championship game tomorrow. the staffer leading cargo will be facing texas st. and. one round of the girls final for today. >>ysabel: a big win for the san as the sharks last night carried as they took on the anaheim ducks. the sharks drilling patrick found an opening: tie things up through the second. and in the final appearance slated go-ahead goal. sharks win fortitude they remain in first place in the pacific division and second of the western conference. 50s the kings in san jose tomorrow night now to baseball the giants finally got in the win column for 2011. cane
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started no signs of the injury. a reminder, people tend kron 4 presents a special encore presentation of baseball by an in-depth look of the giants as to make another run at the title with interviews and a lot more. gary sits down with the billy bean to talk about the new look of the a's. april 10th that 10:00 p.m. right here on kron 4. >>ysabel: getting used to the fact were in april. i feel like were in march. >>marty: coming up on kron 4 news weekend, terror in the sky the lid is on the investigation of the southwest airlines flights that was forced to make an emergency landing in arizona. >>ysabel: also going have your full forecast, a live look inside this from the south bay san jose looking like it's cooking.
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gentlemen he will see on our said it's been beautifully enhance. that's right, designer bill lee cook has been a studio trying to improve things by creating a lovely displays. he is going to show you how you can create beautiful lovely displays like this in your own television studio. (laughter) >>henry: that's ok he don't need one house would be fine. a living room, dining room bedroom. >>ysabel: use any improvement? >>henry: only the sets. >>ysabel: 6 live look outside san francisco promises to be much clearer day today. >>marty: is brian with the forecast. >>brian: good sunday morning with sunshine all around the bay area for today although temperatures not as warm as we've seen last week. it's still going to be cooler today in the sixties to low will be into the low '70's clear and cool
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tonight around 8:00 p.m. here's future cast, temperatures at '50s there is the light blue that shows those numbers in the '50s but they do begin to warm up through the afternoon. 5:00 p.m. when we typically hit the high temperatures of the day, 60s in most places but notice some yellow popping up here showing highs into the low '70's. low to mid 60's by the bay, 66 oakland, '70s san jose as well as napa. santa rosa 71 degrees, 72 antioch. it's going to get warmer again tomorrow i will let you know more about that pfft coming up. the investigation and continues this morning into what caused the rupture of the fuselage on a southwest flight from phoenix to sacramento on friday. the jet was forced to make an emergency landing in the new month airport. snow was
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seriously injured. if the faa is examining the piece of the fuselages well as the flight recorders. off to press for a view to government records and found cracks that or repair your go on that same plane that had to make a rapid descent on friday. if the plane is 15 years old and showed at least eight instances of cracking back last march. tisch the cracks written across frames and they were repaired. if all are also hearing more from the passengers were on board the flight. i thought we were going down, it seemed like we were dropping fast. on real. >> it flashed through my mind, it is this what it's like to die? >> a scary experience i'm glad to be here, home with my family. officials say it's not uncommon for fuselages cracks to be found in inspections of planes that age. a specially during scheduled this checks. as a result of a nationwide domino effect following the
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incidents. if they expected canceled hundreds more flights today after the airline grounded 80 plans this weekend. that caused a number of flops in the day and for passengers. kron 4 cut the action from traveler's at oakland international. >>reporter: take a look at the red cancellations, about 30 cancellations and a lot of folks are still stuck in the bay area and cannot get another flight out of the area. it was a difficult day for some passengers at the southwest terminal. >> a little bit stressed out and frustrated >>reporter: some flights were canceled and many more delayed up to two hours. this family's vacation to new mexico got off to a rocky start. their flight was canceled and the only flight they could get was to phoenix arizona. the plan now was to fly to phoenix and drive to new mexico. >> we thought we'd be there by the afternoon, now were going to get there about
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3:00 a.m. and go to bed. it's going to be a long day. >>reporter: this family is also flying to phoenix they were supposed to fly out of san francisco, that flight also canceled. they found another phoenix flight here at the oakland airport. a lot of people are doing all kinds of creative things to get to their destinations. knowing what happened a lot customers say they dont mind the cancellations. >> it's better to be safe than sorry, knowing that the planes are being checked. >>reporter: southwest expects another 300 flights being cancelled on sunday. if you have a flight on sunday the best bet is to call southwest. at the oakland airport, kron 4 news. >>marty: still ahead the police are still searching for two men who attacked a giants fan outside of dodger stadium leaving him in critical condition at the hospital. we will have the latest on the investigation and show you what his friends are doing help.
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>>ysabel: live look aside from san francisco. a great day to get out to the park. >>marty: check back in on your ego can i walk. its streaming on the internet 24 hours a day and any day three eggs expected to hatch. the stream has seen close to 7 million viewers. 100,000 viewers are regularly watch an eagle at any given time.
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the defending champs arrival the dodgers. matt cane started showing no signs of the elbow problems that kept him out for two weeks of spring training. barry is expected to make his debut against the dodgers for this season. he remembers he was in a car accident wednesday night but he said he's doing fine. >>ysabel: a giants fan who was beaten to a medically induced, continues to fight for his life this morning in a loss angeles hospital. police are still looking for two suspects they believe were behind the attack on a ride in the santa cruz resident attacked in the parking lot of dodger stadium after an opening face-off between the two teams. the suspects were apparently looking for trouble, described as latino men in their late teens or early 20s. fry in a paramedic and father of two remained in critical condition. kron 4 spoke with his co-workers and shows us what they're doing to help. >> he's a good paramedic and a good friend and a great father. it's a senseless random act of violence it should've
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happened. >>reporter: joe worked as an emt alongside brian with the american medical response team. she and dozens of paramedics were shocked to learn he was almost beaten to death after recent giants baseball game in l.a.. >> that's crazy and shocking that this could happen to him. he is the nicest guy. >>reporter: set up a website along with a pay pal account and a drop off location at there santa clara county headquarters. all to collect donations for his medical bills and help support his family. >> it's going to be a lot of money and we want to help out brian and his family. he deserves all the help we can give him. >>reporter: another coworker created this logo on the i phone it has a star of life in the giant symbol up top. a lot of the paramedics are now using this logo as there profile picture on facebook all to support stow and his family. medics are raising money, raising awareness, making brownies and doing whatever they can to help. in san
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jose, kron 4 news. >>ysabel: your full forecast coming up on kron 4 news weekend, a live look a beautiful view from now tam. the chicken with henry. >>henry: here's another beautiful view it's a work of art, looks like george washington. no, it looks like a beautiful piece of floral design by billy cook who is one of those participating in macy's annual flower show. he will show you how you conclude a work of art like this. it's not that tough. it's lots of fun. coming up on kron 4 news. okay, there we are...
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>>marty: you're taking a live look outside in walnut creek. let's go ahead and did the forecast for meteorologist brian. >>brian: good morning a nice weekend day for today for this sunday, sunshine,
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temperatures will be not as warm as what we've seen. still very nice about average. a little bit above average for today. in the sixties to low '70's in the warmest places, concord upper 60s and low '70's around 4:00 p.m.. tomorrow gets even warmer. mostly sunny, temperatures beginning to climb may be some mid to upper '70's inland. but the warm-up does not last long by tuesday, another system arriving increasing clouds for the day. breezy conditions, the winds coming in off the ocean and that means cooler temperatures and we will continue to cool down for the entire week after monday. in fact, thursday and friday we may see highs' confined to the '50s as another weather system roles in later on. great news in the sierra, the snow pack is doing really well, lots of snow. we are about 150 to 175 percent of normal for the beginning of april. that means tons of snow in the high country. here is the view from heavenly
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looking over the lake yesterday evening. a beautiful sunset. maybe a couple of snow showers early on this morning otherwise partly sunny. same for tomorrow with a warming trend getting into the upper 50s for the lake. a chance for rain developing tuesday afternoon. that is the next weather system that will bring clouds to the bay area. 10 am, light blue 50's but we will warm up by the afternoon lots of 60s with the warmest places getting into the low seventies like san jose, santa rosa same for sonoma. 72 degrees in sonoma. sunshine for the day winds are gusting this afternoon perhaps peaking at 20 to 30 mi. per hour. upper 50s and low 60's by the ocean, san francisco 63, mid-60's e. shore, union city 66 degrees same for castro valley. the warmest places in the east bay valleys into the low
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seventies like antioch 72 degrees. 67 pleasanton, livermore closing in on 70. in the south bay, really nice sunshine and highs getting close to 70. i have 69 degrees in santa clara. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, the warm temperatures for monday with increasing high clouds in the afternoon. increasing clouds tuesday we will call it partly sunny, a mixture of clouds and sunshine. but notice the temperatures beginning to drop. wednesday the winds will really be blustery by mid-week. a couple of storm systems will pass through northern california, of really no rain may be a chance for thursday. look for a cooling trend it all the way to the end the week with highs only in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees. >>henry: 80 bryant, people say are new said doesn't always look back great. take a look of this, this is
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behind her anchor desk. we have transformed our news room with these beautiful succulence. what is this? have gorgeous is that folks. the only thing more beautiful would be isabel sitting there. >>ysabel: that's true i've been displaced by a by (laughter) >>henry: this has been designed by a one of the great creators was participating in the macy's annual flower show. the 65th a will. he is billycock. we brought him into maker says look at least somewhat acceptable ladies and gentlemen. he is going to show us how you can create beautiful art in your very own home. thank you for decorating a said and helping of here. >> my pleasure. >>henry: going help us create an indoor work >> it's something that can
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go in your balcony, maybe it's good of people can hear me. the demonstration is about a living work of art that you can do in your home. he can hang on your balcony or your entryway to your building. it's something simple and small scale that everybody can do at home. he would start with i use it really simple serving trade like a wooden serving tray but she could use other things like this i picked up at me seized as an occasional wood bowl. -or if you wanted something round. it i would show a couple holes in the back of bed so you have something hang on, cut a piece of chicken wire that you can get a local florist. you could twice as
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big as the frame and it sure industrial stapler. stand back, you want to be careful where safety glasses. if these are mind. >>henry: very attractive (laughter) >> stable this to the back of the trade. it's loaded full of bullets here. you folded over like a pillow and your going to want this stuff this was sphagnum moss. it is very popular with topiary makings. when to get it put together the best like this. make sure it's all stable down nicely around the edges. and then you take your wire cutters. again you want to be very careful not to cut yourself with the wire. if you're doing it at home more with kids. you just got to cut little hole in the dwyer and opened up. you might have to
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pull at a little bit of moscow to watch a little hole to plant your plants. i've done this with a lot of succulence because they're easy to work with, drug- resistant and they do like the sun. you want to think about what kind of plants you use when, depending on where you're going hang this. your salesperson at the nurse reak and really help you. >>henry: 1 going to put one over there, we don't to group them to close. you will notice in the one he did before he did groped the individual plants to get their which gives you a little more dramatic effect. you're going to get to do over here. this is really obvious. by now. >> just fill in, plant your plans, this would probably taking a been at or maybe two hours, >>henry: it takes actions will not have a studio left when we're done.
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>> you want to plant until it's finished. i finish this off for you just look pretty for you. you might want to lease space was your plants grow they have room. >>henry: these flower show is going on now through april 10th at macy's union square in san francisco. every couple of days they are doing a brand new special presentation. they are also doing a special give away, if you put a www.kron4.com click on a contest he will find macy's enter to win a $25 gift card just go to www.kron4.com and click on contest. ok, and thank you very much for saving our said. now look who's enhancing our said as well. marty and isabel. (laughter) >>ysabel: if you haven't heard yet he will continue to hear it over the next couple of days. it was an epic failure furred charlie sheen. the first of this 20
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city comedy tour. coming up on kron 4 news weekend were going to take you to the show and tell you what fans had to say about his big bomb.
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charlie sheen will tell you it's all about winning. those who watch the show in detroit will probably disagree. charlie heard boos in the crowd, fans gave him two and 1/2 on is down. >> charlie sheen is definitely is not winning on his old mentor. his highly anticipated a violent review of tructroops, he bombed in a big way. >> in the thousands of fans who saw him the lead and have it. they chanted refund, called him a loser.
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he also pulled the presidential podium and gave in nonsensical stage. his recent interview it was one big mess of montages. he also had his goddesses on stage and they burned his iconic to have men shirt. the show, is dished out show where he never managed to connect with the audience. he contracted out as an experiment, the question is with all those four dates remaining will fans really want to pay to see a less than stellar performance. >>ysabel: suppose that will be it's time to show up at the next one. >>marty: is coming to san francisco at the end of april, we will see if the show is still up and operating by then. >>ysabel: still to come the latest efforts to seal the cracks in japan's nuclear plant that's been leaking ready walked off. >>marty: we will be right back.
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>>live, from the bay area's news station, this is kron4
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news amorning news. >>ysabel: those cracks were in the aircraft's frame and have since been repaired. if as a result or delays all over the system, southwest passengers they expect hundreds more this weekend. jeff pierce talk to passengers stranded. >>jeff: after southwest airlines flight from phoenix to sacramento on friday had to make an emergency landing after a losing cabin pressure the airline canceled more than 300 flights turning travel plans into disarray. >> we got a call at 630 this morning to say that our flight was canceled. we got a little ding on our phone sing it was canceled. we assumed it had something to do with the problem on the southwest flight yesterday the whole. >>jeff: whole was in the top of the fuselages in the 737 going for sacramento, in
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response the airline is in the process of inspecting 79 of the boeing 737 in their fleet for with the airline has called, aircraft to skin fatigue. and oakland airports, dozens of flights were canceled or delayed as the airlines scrambled to make arrangements for stranded travelers. >> we've been here for all two hours now and still try to work out a flight >> not going to get out today, we can't get out of any of the other airports at all. >>jeff: at sfo the occasionally flight made in a departure. passengers at both airports tried to take in stride. >> i'd rather they take precautions and be safe, the doing the right thing is just an inconvenience. >>jeff: more cavalier about flying in a 737. >> facetiously never made, it is a land without a roof. >>jeff: was said will take several days to inspect the
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aircraft leaving some passengers considering their options. >> i hope the oakland a's are plain baseball tonight, are they in town? >>jeff: in oakland jeff pierce kron 4 news. >>marty: turning to the nuclear crisis in japan engineers are waiting for the results of a new chemical compound that was injected to seal a crack at the troubled plant. highly radioactive water has been leaking through a crack into the pacific ocean. yesterday workers unsuccessfully tried to use concrete to seal a troubled containment chamber. they couldn't get the country to drive. the new compound contains a special polymer that contains 50 times its original size when mixing with water. and a clear city official says it could take several months to get the plant under control. a plant operated announced two deaths from the march 11th earthquake and tsunami. to try and help but the recovery and rebuilding cost in japan, bay area art galleries are holding fund- raising events. if last night was the first rise
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japan event at the highs' cavalry in san francisco. there is also another fund- raiser at another gallery. if you like more information you can log on to rise japan.us. >>ysabel: 8 go has confirmed an air strike killed 13 rebels and injured seven as they advanced on khaddafi is it forces. while the air strikes were in progress, rebels control most of eastern libya but in the west to the only major city they hold has been besieged for weeks. for the third day in court protesters descended on the streets of another major afghan street angered by the burning of the cranston by a minister. but the crowd numbered about 2000 in bernd president barack obama in effigy and they called the u.s. troops should leave afghanistan. in one
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instance, the inquiry crowds attacked the u.n. headquarters killing 12 people. some of the bridge has been fuelled by the television urging afghans to rise up against the koran burning. the florida minister whose action set off the protest is not filled responsible for any deaths. afghan president has called for jones to be brought to justice. >>marty: coming up were getting close to a makeover on a list of this league. here's a look of the before and now she's in the process of getting clipped by the salon. we will have that for you. >>marty: live look outside, a beautiful start to the day around the bay. will be right back.
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>>ysabel: no snow and lake tahoe, aubrey news for the skiers and snow boarders. they do have a monster snow
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pack as a result of keeping a lot of folks on the slopes longer than usual to resorts are planning to extend the season to take advantage of the snowiest winter since the '70s. >>marty: they're going to skis from memorial day. >>ysabel: typically shut down in april. >>marty: live look at the u.s. mint in san francisco, a beautiful day. let's turn to brian for a full check the forecast. >>brian: good morning a nice weekend day for today for this sunday, sunshine, temperatures will be not as warm as what we've seen. still very nice about average. a little bit above average for today. in the sixties to low '70's in the warmest places, concord upper 60s and low '70's around 4:00 p.m.. tomorrow gets even warmer. mostly sunny, temperatures beginning to climb may be
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some mid to upper '70's inland. but the warm-up does not last long by tuesday, another system arriving increasing clouds for the day. breezy conditions, the winds coming in off the ocean and that means cooler temperatures and we will continue to cool down for the entire week after monday. in fact, thursday and friday we may see highs' confined to the '50s as another weather system roles in later on. great news in the sierra, the snow pack is doing really well, lots of snow. we are about 150 to 175 percent of normal for the beginning of april. that means tons of snow in the high country. here is the view from heavenly looking over the lake yesterday evening. a beautiful sunset. maybe a couple of snow showers early on this morning otherwise partly sunny. same for tomorrow with a warming trend getting into the upper 50s for the lake. a chance for rain developing tuesday afternoon. that is the next weather system that will bring clouds to the
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bay area. 10 am, light blue 50's but we will warm up by the afternoon lots of 60s with the warmest places getting into the low seventies like san jose, santa rosa same for sonoma. 72 degrees in sonoma. sunshine for the day winds are gusting this afternoon perhaps peaking at 20 to 30 mi. per hour. upper 50s and low 60's by the ocean, san francisco 63, mid-60's e. shore, union city 66 degrees same for castro valley. the warmest places in the east bay valleys into the low seventies like antioch 72 degrees. 67 pleasanton, livermore closing in on 70. in the south bay, really nice sunshine and highs getting close to 70. i have 69 degrees in santa clara. here is a look at your 7 day around the bay, the warm temperatures for monday with increasing high clouds in the afternoon.
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increasing clouds tuesday we will call it partly sunny, a mixture of clouds and sunshine. but notice the temperatures beginning to drop. wednesday the winds will really be blustery by mid-week. a couple of storm systems will pass through northern california, of really no rain may be a chance for thursday. look for a cooling trend it all the way to the end the week with highs only in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees. >>ysabel: going to check back into henry, i'm interested to see what he's about, and hearing music. >>henry: we will need a remarkable man who randy rutherford is a folksinger and performer he happens to also be profoundly hearing impaired. don't think twice. coming up on kron 4 news weekend.
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(music) >> (music) >>henry: listening to randy rutherford singing at the edge of the world. he is not only in good performer he happens to be an accomplished painter and profoundly deaf. yet he does a whole show and in addition, he sings wrote the show. randy what to tell us your story about how you ended up in this situation? >> it's a story but when i was a folk singer in the alaska, at a girlfriend's a there was a love story i play guitar and sings at a fancy salon in downtown anchorage making $150 a week. driving a bright orange convertible in alaska
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but i looked cool. then all the sudden i started having, i thought i was blessed the fun is figured out what want to do. then i started having ringing in my ears and i went to the doctor, and the doctor said that and probably losing my hearing. this is just the beginning. >>henry: how hard of hearing are you? >> they'd say i've lost about 7 percent each year. which means i can hear a lot of sounds, but i can't discriminate language. it sounds like the world is talking gibberish. >>henry: which it literally is. >> so said i developed this stenographer in my brain, she's typing away the gibberish in turn it into english so i can understand. i call our roxanne. randy only use dowels a comedy, i, though, you. he can't tell
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the difference between tisch, wish or fish. he pays nothing. no vacation, but assets i never get on a date. i have no life. >>henry: could probably use her. >> then there's the idea of for raven, molly's into native mythologies and she said ravens are shape shifters. and it is believed to take on the shape of the man. what i'm saying and the fancies a limb on this big talk guy dressed all in black. and he says your randy? i'm girl. i was wondering if i could do a couple tunes for my friend there. and starting to shift on the little bit. so he ends up trying to steal mali from me. he's the fastest thing or printer in the yukon. those things are >>henry: pickers are dangerous to around
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women. so you have created the show about your life and losing your hearing, sorry some shouting but it's easier for randy and roxanne. if the show is about this process, how you deliver it when you can hear well or hear your music while? >> been singing since i was a kid, i know it feels like, i don't hear what you hear, i have a digital hearing aids and i have an electric tuner to to my guitar. >>henry: we talked about this before, this is your chance who was not coming to the show? your getting great turnout. >> we have captioning on saturdays for the hearing impaired to read. at the show was subtitled. what i would like is people with hearing loss like myself to come see the show and they could read the captioning.
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they resist going out of the house because they can't understand the words. it's too painful. if i can get their loved ones and family to come with them to the show, they could talk about the show. the show educates the hearing public about hearing loss as well as people with hearing impairments. >>henry: this is in berkeley saturday night to they do have subtitles, if you have a hearing issue is the perfect opportunity. thank you very much. >> (music) >>marty: with us because the makeover, we will have to reveal coming up next. >>ysabel: there working on magic. we will be right back.
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>>ysabel: moment we have been talking about the big retail for dr. elizabeth lee to appear somebody beautiful
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on kron 4. cure the pictures before, now let's see how she looks. you will love the after. there she is, how do you feel? to like this? >> love it. >>ysabel: this is grey, the man responsible for the makeover. what did you do? >> light and dropped because of spring, we added highlights, caramel and honey highlights. we put it into rounded bob so this is a hair style very much in. i have the hair style for you. it's a matter of trust and a completely aphasic. are you happy with that? >>ysabel: what difference has it made and we feel about yourself? >> feel like you look good
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and make you feel more powerful. >>ysabel: talk about the makeup because you are mentioning the spring once you light up a bit. >> we have the spring collection, we basically just adds color. >>ysabel: we have to look at our skin color stow we? >> that's right, for some on we will do color pics >> clark asked me because i am on tv and he always feels that i could dress it up a little bit more than i usually do.
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>>ysabel: speaking of tv can you take one second entellus with the show is about? >> body beautiful my show is about my plastic surgery practice. i help people also get to be the best in luck. >>ysabel: you have to reflect that. if you're going to sell body beautiful you better look out the beautiful. tell us about spring the new trends in hair cut as well as the hair colors. >> it's all about the color of the season, we had it painted in bright pinks on the lips. she is ready to go. when more working with all vigor womenboth figured wom >>ysabel: this is more of a purple, this show is quite blue light to carry
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>> is a pot of color dr. lee always box and wearing black, we need to color on you. she looks absolutely beautiful. why not put her in color. i had to twist her arm a little bit. >>ysabel: of the colors for the spring? >> in, purple anything right. >>marty: the weather we've had it seems like forever people are ready to get colors that will pop out. >> yes 3 now people's moods are happier. >>ysabel: we all want to be happier with all this rain lately. one banking very much for joining us. congratulations on your show. >>marty: that's going to wrap things up rest think you for joining us i'm marty, >>ysabel: i'm isabel we will see next week. by. [ male announcer ] hi lauren and greg, what's up?
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